Kazumichi Grime's latest outings sound as uploads from an ab-original databank, from something like a hard disk made of organic matter. An undefinable sense of ancienity exudes from within these soundworks. By whichever means of digital chemistry these are derived; to whatever strains the pre-digitalised material which are the building bricks of these pieces were exposed: the resultant sounds reappear like aural specimens dug up by a sonic paleontologist bent on uncovering the primal... ( 4 reviews ) Topic: lowercase Source: www.con-v.org
The well known fact of the Inuits having access to more than 13 (or was it 30?) terms for 'snow' comes to mind on the apperception of this release. As the title already hints at, these tracks appear to represent a spectrum of blue both more wide and deep than ordinary english can communicate. A blue note resounding from the movement of the spheres, this is a buddhist blue - a deep-listening experience into melancholy; the sonic aura of the qualified nothingness at the essence of illumination.... ( 3 reviews ) Topic: lowercase Source: www.con-v.org
A new release by Johan Gustavsson (Tsukimono, Scraps on Tape, Broken Concrete), this time appearing again under the moniker of Mnoki. "trees in movement" is his second release under this name, a work inspired by the paints of the vienan artist Egon Schiele (1890-1918). Johan's different aliases appear as different strategies for (re-)telling the digital narrative. For Mnoki, this narrative progresses in a non-linear way: at the edge of time a dam is put up to thwart the flow in favor... ( 4 reviews ) Topic: Lowercase Source: www.con-v.org
A heavenly flux; a waltz of the stars; a cosmic birdsong instantly silenced when intruded upon. Nonetheless, a probe has been secretly nested within the spheres of heaven, registering upon their resumption the movements of these electrostatic entities. Their song, strands unraveling in the weavings of time Â each strand becoming, graciously, a wormhole, an inscape into the self. Thanatos, death, is stripped of its sting by this redeeming audition of the mantric self-expression laid bare in the... Topic: lowercase Source: www.con-v.org
lowercase p - live at franklin pierce university - 11-3-2007 setlist 01 - The Horror (RJD2) 02 - My Night in a Vaccum 03 - 3one8 04 - Schralp 05 - To and From the Center 06 - Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard (Paul Simon) 07 - Drizzle 08 - To the Deep 09 - Deep Sea Dancing 10 - Myxomatosis (Radiohead) 11 - Gail Head Hut for more info visit: www.lowercasep.com www.myspace.com/lowercasep Topics: lowercase p, Franklin Pierce
a project by Skyapnea / Nexsound ns58 Can we use sounds to portrait someone? Can we paint using vibrating air to obtain a sound that represents something? What if sound could be used to design features belonging to other sensory spheres? Choosing a particular frequency could help to evocate a thin nose? A granular light? The fragrance of morning after a sunrise full of small rain? The taste of a coffee? All these questions were contained in a reflection about abstract music sent to nine sound... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: ambient, lowercase, idm, drone
soft pieces is the artistic moniker of Washington DC area resident Zach Mason. In 1990, at the age of 13, Zach began making music with a bass guitar, cassette tapes, and assorted electronics, performing throughout the DC area and self-releasing numerous recordings in the years since. Synths and computers slowly moved from accessories to central musical tools, allowing for new sounds and techniques. Using a digital synthesizer, a small mixer patched to allow feedback, and a reverb/delay pedal,... Topics: lowercase, drone, musique concrete
The long-awaited return by laptop composer, n.kra. Wait, can I say that about myself? Awaited by me at least. Seven fragments of aural exposition that might describe distinct places, frames of mind from which we perceive music; fragmented blunted shined by memory. To induce a physically emotive response in the listener, most of the melodies are based on harmonics whose overtones create inner ear vibrations, the frequency of which are intended to affect emotional states. The louder you listen... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Minimalism, Drones, Algorithmic, Lowercase
Archive is musique plastique by Mike Hallenbeck: an exploration of sound as margin and threshold, peripheries and parentheses, as immersion in a mutable space. The tracks "Archipelago" and "Yes" coalesce around various field recordings (Big Ben, footsteps in a museum gallery, truck motor, crowd at an outdoor festival), both untreated and processed. "Bitrate" is derived entirely from samples by Charlie DeVico (http://devico.us) and Andrew Duke... Topics: Nature, Microsound, Field Recordings, lowercase
Artist: Subliminal Genocide Album: The Four Seasons Type: Full-length album Release Date: December 2012 Format: MP3 Origin: United States of America Genre(s): Ambient, Noise, Industrial Tracklist: 01. Spring & Summer 02. Autumn & Winter http://hagakura.com/subgen/ http://subliminalgenocide.bandcamp.com/ http://www.facebook.com/pages/Subliminal-Genocide/140942179334941 http://www.myspace.com/subliminalgenocide1 Topics: noise, ambient, wtf, what, experimental, lowercase
Immersive ambient-techno record from Ukrainian artist. Roman Slavka is an electronic musician from Dnipropetrovs’k, Ukraine. Founded and participated in "The TMC" project from 2002 untill 2006. From 2005 he is a part of Template promo group, Dnipropetrovsk. Up to date he has solo releases and tracks appear on labels such as enough records, tlhotra, dars records, homework, muscut and others. http://www.roman-slavka.com/ Topics: ambient, techno, glitch, lowercase, idm, drone
Improvised field recording weakly - level audio sources. Listen with headphones only 50% volume. Monitors are not suitable for listening to as intrinsic noise of the tract periodically exceeds the useful signal. Topics: lowercase, sound art, indoor field recording
Murmer, aka Patrick McGinley has a growing reputation as a sound manipulator. With four records under his belt - for Ground Fault, S'Agita, Absurd and Bake microlabels - he also runs the Framework show on Resonance FM. His work concentrates on framing environmental sounds which normally pass through our ears unnoticed and unremarked, but which out of context become unrecognisable, alien and extraordinary: crackling charcoal, a squeaking escalator, a buzzing insect, or one's own breath. His set... Topics: Experimental, Microsound, Soundscape, Lowercase, Field Recordings
This new electroacoustic longform piece by Andrew Latham's Ghostheory project takes Webbed Hand's "Rain" concept in a darker, more industial direction. A shifting palette of drones, clangs, inscrutable noises, and static are all blurred together into a hypnotic journey that could be either soothing or stimulating, depending on your volume settings. Andrew Latham has previously released on Webbed Hand as mayfairgrin: "Spider & The Moon" (wh035), "Pelicagnosis"... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Electroacoustic, Dark Ambient, Lowercase, Dreamworking, Dark Meditative
Ubeboet (m.a.tolosa) invited 4 artists to remix his excellent album "black and red" which was released by earlabs in 2005. The original work featured field recordings, radio and turntables. Here each artist-Asher, Arturas Bumsteinas, Mathieu Ruhlman, Dead Letters Spell Out Dead Words-picked one track and deconstructed it to create a new work. m.a.tolosa also runs the fine con-v label. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: drone, field recordings, experimental, lowercase, lofi, remixes
Grundik Kasyansky - feedback synthesizer, objects; Guillaume Viltard - double bass; Jack Wright - saxophones. Recorded live on 11.11.2007 at St. Marks Church, London. No edits, overdubs, mastering. Topics: grundik kasyansky, guillaume viltard, jack wright, free improvisation, electroacoustic, lowercase
Federico Monti makes beautiful ambient music within the realms of microsound/lowercase and transparent drones often sprinkled with delicate textures of tones and glitch. Many of his compositions require patient listening as the sounds unfold slowly and sometimes verge on the nearly inaudible. Topics: Ferderico Monti, microsound, lowercase, mix, Favorite Netlabel Artists, LAJ Source: Various Netlaels
Some experiments on sound in vein of Requiem for an Analogue Signal. Tracklist: 01.A (9:59) 02.B (12:02) Composed by sokpb avabodha. Electric and acoustic guitars played and processed, music written by Sokpb Avabodha. Cover photo by Fernando Arroyo. Artwork by Mike Winchester. Official site: http://unitedstudios.ru/ Blog: http://uscu.unitedstudios.ru/ Discogs: http://www.discogs.com/label/USC Last.fm: http://www.last.fm/label/USC Kroogi.com: http://usc.kroogi.com/ Bandcamp:... Topics: Abstract, Electroacoustic, Experimental, Lowercase, Noise, sokpb avabodha, Sound Research,...
Artist: Subliminal Genocide Album: Lowercase Music Part One Type: Full-length Release Date: 2011 Format: MP3 Origin: United States of America Genre(s): Ambient, Noise, Experimental Website: https://subliminalgenocide.bandcamp.com/ Tracklist: 1. Lowercase Music Part One -- 3:00:00 Total playing time: 3 hours Related links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lowercase_%28music%29 Topics: noise, ambient, wtf, what, experimental, lowercase, long song, library music
Story? It's difficult to say... Herein something purely personal is enclosed. Dense concentrate convolved to the minimum volume: hence the complexity of the penetration into it though seeming plain, inside - depth. Echoes of remembrances are implicitly soaring in the surrounding space, becoming iteratively enhanced by the memory. That was and did imprint itself in mind, but the time ruthlessly destroys images, often washing away the circumstances and details, leaving only hints. There's an own... Topics: Cinematic, Lowercase, Atmospheric, Drone Ambient, Retrospective, Space, Minimal
Body 13; #116: Salt in the Bible 1. Salt in the Bible (Part 1) 2. Salt in the Bible (Part 2) 3. Salt in the Bible (Part 3) Topics: Noise, Onkyo, Free Improvisation, Ambient, Electronic, Drone, Industrial, Lowercase, Minimal
Leading-edge electronica artist Mystified has released a second solo collection on Webbed Hand. These dark ambient soundscapes are collectively known as "Elemental Ragtime." Deep Listening indeed, these tracks are constructed solidly within the Musique Concrete style, deriving as source material vintage tape samples and fragments from other old audio sources. Thomas Park, the sole proprietor of Mystified, brings into his work equal doses of illbient, minimal, industrial, ambient,... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Noise, Experimental, Electroacoustic, Sound Art, Ambient, Abstract, Dark Ambient, Lowercase
lowercase p - live at franklin pierce university - 11-3-2007 setlist 01 - The Horror (RJD2) 02 - My Night in a Vaccum 03 - 3one8 04 - Schralp 05 - To and From the Center 06 - Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard (Paul Simon) 07 - Drizzle 08 - To the Deep 09 - Deep Sea Dancing 10 - Myxomatosis (Radiohead) 11 - Gail Head Hut for more info visit: www.lowercasep.com www.myspace.com/lowercasep ( 1 reviews ) Topic: lowercasep, lowercase p, lowercase, p, franklin, pierce, phil, reese, brandon, downs, gabriel,...
A selection of ambient compositions by turntablist James Kelly. Recorded in Leicester, UK. 2005- 2008 For more info visit http://minimaljames.wordpress.com Topics: james Kelly, turntablist, minimal james, Improvisation, minimalism, soundscape, minimal james,...